GUNS Magazine April 2002 PDF


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COVER STORY: PARA-ORDNANCE COMPANION LDA –Built From The Ground Up To Be The Ideal Carry Gun, The Companion Is Reliable, Accurate And Safe

LOADING FOR THE HUNT OF A LIFETIME: — When It All Comes Down To One Shot, It’s Comforting To Know You Did It Right.

SAKO’S SNIPER — THE TRG-22 — The Finnish Formula For A Precision Rifle.

HANDLOADING ON A BUDGET — To Shoot As Much As You Would Like, You Need To Handload. Let Taffin Help Get You Started.

BENCHEREST LOADING TECHNIQUES — The World’s Fussiest Handloaders Know A Thing Or Two About Loading For Accuracy.

LEUPOLD’S NEW CQ/T — Ask A Panel Of SWAT Cops And Special Forces About Optics, And This Is What You Get.

AN OPERATOR’S PERSPECTIVE — A Second Opinion On Leupold’s Ground-Breaking Combat Optic.

METAL STORM WARNING — Innovation In Arms Design From Down Under.

SHOTGUNNER — When It Won’t Work, Check AGI’s Videos.

QUARTERMASTER — Sypderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker.

QUARTERMASTER — Woodhaven Custom Calls.

QUARTERMASTER — Hoppe’s Electronic Sound Muffler.

HANDLOADER — Rocky Mountain Cartridge.

RIFLEMAN — An Ode To The Classic .222 Remington Cartridge.

HANDGUNS — Airport Security, ET AL, Post 9/11.



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